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it socially, then go for it. but not a lot of people can, you know 1234? >> charlie sheen goes on another radio rant about drugs, and hear what he had to say about lindsay lohan, coming up. >>> hollywood remembers an actor on "seinfeld" who passed away. >>> plus coming up at 4:30, the serious risks of blindness if ♪ [ female announcer ] starbucks via is planted the same... ♪ ...harvested the same... ♪ ...and roasted the same as our other premium coffees. it only makes sense it would taste the same. so, try it for yourself. buy a pack of 100% natural starbucks via ready brew. we promise you'll love it or we'll send you a bag of starbucks coffee. it's the starbucks via taste promise. look for it where you buy groceries. >>> the answer is machine. >> yeah. i'll ring in on that. the question is, who wins when men compete against a super computer? watson, the ibm super compute, beat two of the best "jeopardy" players ever, by a huge margin. ken jennings has the longest ever "jeopardy" winning streak, and brad rutter has won the most money ever. but the two men were no match for watson. >
to. >> charlie sheen like you've never heard him before. the interview that has everyone talking today, and why the actor wants cbs to, quote, lick his feet. he's unloading. good afternoon, everybody. i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. the buzz at the office and online today is about charlie sheen's first morning television interview since his show was cancelled and his career began to take a nose dive. and a short time ago his publicist quit after he did a 45-minute live interview with tmz. >> he also opened up about his lifestyle and relationships with women and with cbs. and his plans to never, ever change. he even wants a raise now. nbc's jeff rosin sat down with sheen. >> reporter: the first question america wants to know. are you clean right now. >> look at me. duh. drug tests don't lie. >> reporter: when was the last time you did drugs? >> don't remember. don't care. drug tests don't lie. the scoreboard doesn't lie. >> reporter: you say you have cured yourself of addiction. you don't believe in alcoholics anonymous. how have you done that? >> i have closed my eyes and
for a lot of you. "two and a half men" is toast. >> charlie sheen's latest radio rant finally pushed producers over the edge. nbc's amy robach explains the decision to cancel the show for the rest of the season. >> oh, you bad girl. >> reporter: it's quiet on the set for the rest of the season at the cbs smash hit comedy, "two and a half men," all because the star, troubled actor, charlie sheen, could not keep quiet. >> it's over. there's a new sheriff in town. >> reporter: speaking out on the nationally syndicated radio program, "the alex jones show," sheen broke ranks, and went after chuck lori, co creator of "two and a half men," calling him a clown. >> it's nothing aside of deplorable that a certain hyam lavine, that's his real-time mistook this. last time i checked, i spent close to the last decade, i don't know, effortlessly and magically converting your tin cans into pure gold. and the gratitude i get in this -- get is this charlatan chose not to do his job, which is to write. well, you've been warned, dude. bring it. >> this was absolutely the wildest interview i've ever done
me back. >> charlie sheen goes on the radio to blast the bosses of his tv show. and talk about his addiction. >>> five years ago, an autistic high school basketball player captured our hearts. after playing in one game, we caught up with him today to see how his life has changed. >>> coming up in our next half hour, the first of our military wives gets her makeover. it's one you don't want to miss. stay with us. >>> the first modern cross word puzzle is published. oreo cookies are introduced. >> what are the 20s? >> no. >> what is 1920s? >> no, ken said that. >> stylish elegance or students who all graduated in the same year. watson? >> what is cheek? >> no, sorry. watson's very bright, very fast, but he has some weird little moments once in a while. >> yeah. he ain't perfect. watson ended the first round, man versus machine on "jeopardy!" tied with former champ brad rutter. another human ex-champ, ken jennings, is in third place. >> that's not supposed to happen. >> it's not. >> the computer has two more shots. >> tonight and tomorrow night. okay. stay tuned. we'll keep you update
the latest charges excessive. >>> the father of troubled actor charlie sheen says his son's addictions are like cancer and he has to deal with him as such. martin sheen said he has to maintain an equal amount of concern and love and lift up his son. >> sheen and his other son were speaking at the premier of their new film, "the way." >> with prayer. we lift him up and we ask everyone who care about him to lift him up and lift up all those who are in the grip of drug and alcohol abuse. >> he directs his father in the movie about a grieving parent retracing his dead son's final pilgrimage. charlie sheen is back out of rehab and he is due to resume production on the sitcom "2 1/2men. >>> actress melissa milano is pregnant and couldn't be happier. she tweeted that. the couple got married a year and a half ago. he is an agent. she started in "who's the boss" and quote charmed." and she is in a movie, hall pass. that's getting a lot of buzz. in news for your help, more women are waiting to have children until later in life. >> the later a woman puts it off, the more difficult it can be to co
-workers potentially out of a paycheck, charlie sheen is reportedly at home today doing rehab from his los angeles mansion. >> the mansion where all the trouble began last week. various media outlets report sheen will get specialized care for addiction inside his home. cbs says it fully supports sheen. his co-workers tell tmz they may lose some big money while the show is dark. >>> this month, nbc news is teaming up with its web partner, the grio.com to profile 100 african-americans across the country who are paving the way for all americans. todd johnson introduces us to the youngest person on the list who isn't letting her young age stand in the way of making her accomplishments. ♪ >> reporter: the booming sounds jumping off the strings of this cello are 9-year-old sajarra brit's personal symphony. >> music is life to me. when i get on the stage, i forget about everything. i just think i'm practicing. >> reporter: if this is just practice, it's easy to see why she's so talented. her father is a jazz musician, introduced his daughter to the piano at 1, and later the violin when she was 2. but w
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